Sunday Post #404 I should be writing….

January 19th, 2020 Kimberly Sunday Post 58 Comments

19th Jan
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What a week. Tuesday afternoon my fever still hadn’t broken, and it still felt like I had swallowed a cup of glass shards. This can’t be right I thought. I’ve been on meds since Friday and even had an extra shot in the arse. Nope, not right at all. The doc changed my meds and I am improving. I spent my week working, sleeping and devouring books & audios.

I am loving the Witcher audiobooks, enjoy Supernatural, Evil, and the Magicians on the television. I want to try the new series Troop Zero on Prime.

A snow storm, followed by ice and high winds kept us indoors this weekend. I have reviews to write clear into March but after work related stuff I am wiped out. Lord help me. Then Facebook reminds me all my Januaries are the same.?I am ready for Spring. I hope you are faring well! Stay Caffeinated.

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58 Responses to “Sunday Post #404 I should be writing….”

  1. Carla

    I am so behind on reading blog posts due to my company. I am so sorry to hear that you have been so sick Kimberly. I hope you are feeling better now.

  2. Tyler H. Jolley

    Dang Kimba, well, I can say you’re consistent! I hope you get this illness out of the way for the rest of the year. Reviews into March? That is impressive! Happy reading and writing!

  3. Maureen @ Maureen's Books

    January can definitely be a harsh month. I hope you’ll keep feeling better Kimberly. And reviews for March? Wow.. I’m happy to have my reviews for next week ready to go. LOL!!
    Have a great week and happy reading!

  4. Angela

    I finally read Chanel Cleeton for the first time, so The Last Train to Key West is one I’m looking forward to!

    Glad you’re feeling at least a little better!

  5. Olivia-Savannah Roach

    It’s good that you spotted the medication wasn’t working so that it could be changed! I am glad you’re on the mend now but don’t rush into things too soon and keep taking it easy until you are fully recovered <3

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  6. Lindy@ A Bookish Escape

    I’m glad to hear that your health is finally improving Kim 🙂 I usually get really sick every January too! It looks like you got some great new books to add to your shelves! I was eyeing The Somerset Girls. I think it sounds like a good story, and I enjoy Lori Foster’s books. Happy Reading!

  7. MarthaE

    I am glad to read that you are improving. Angry Old Man Book Reviews is funny!
    And it always good to find reviews from the male perspective.
    Westering Women is a book I keep eyeing.
    Feel better quickly and Happy Reading!

  8. Lover of Romance

    oh no, its horrible that you are still sick and working through that, hope this week you are feeling so much better though.

    Happy to see that you have Chanel Cleeton on your list there, that cover is so pretty!!

  9. Sherry

    Troop Zero looks really cute! I’m thinking about checking that out too. Have a great week and glad you are starting to feel better!

  10. Carole's Random Life in Books

    I hope you are feeling better soon. It sounds miserable being so sick. It sounds like the perfect weekend for you to stay inside with your health and the weather. I hope you enjoy all of your new books and have a great week!

  11. shooting

    I’m glad you’re starting to feel better now! Being sick is just the worst. I’m that far ahead in book reviews/blog posts but I DO have some things I need to work on. Probably tomorrow. haha


  12. Katherine @ I Wish I Lived in a Library

    You have had a time of it when it comes to illness! I’m glad that the new round of meds is working. Hopefully you’ll feel better soon. I’m not a fan of cold (not even North Alabama version) so I’m heading south soon! I think your version of cold would kill me. The Somerset Girls is really calling my name! It looks gorgeous and so summery.

  13. MsArdychan

    I also got The Last Train To Key West! I have really liked Chanel’s writing, and the time period (1950-60 Cuba) is so full of intrigue! I have high hopes for this next one.

  14. Lizzy

    Ooof. I hope you feel completely better this week! The winter bugs are hard to shake, I got one a couple of days after New Year’s and am still coughing. Try to go easy on yourself!

  15. Nicci @ Sunny Buzzy Books

    Sorry to hear the lurgy continues! Fingers crossed this is your week for feeling better!
    I’m curious about The Witcher books. I really want to watch the TV show too. I’m sure I’ll get to them eventually. 🙂

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  16. Sophia Rose

    You win! I was just wallowing this morning because my head cold became an infection and stuck around, but glass shards in the throat? I don’t have that. I want to watch Troop Zero, too. Right now the fav on TV is Masterpiece Theater’s new line up.
    Oh nice, the new Chanel Cleeton!
    Ha! Love the name of his blog. Must go check it out.

    Feel better soon, Kimberly!

  17. Rachel

    Sorry to hear you’re still sick, Kimberly! I have The Lost Sister and I hope it’s good. I’ll check out your review when I finish. Happy reading! 🙂

  18. Anne - Books of My Heart

    I am so, so sorry for how sick you have been. I had strep throat in March 1997 and thought I would die. I don’t understand how you can accomplish so much when ill. Drink lots of fluids and try to rest when you can.

    You got quite a haul this week. Enjoy!

  19. Danica @ Shelves of Spines

    My partner is reading the Witcher books right now and really enjoying them too 🙂 I hope you enjoy The Tenant as much as I did. I thought it was pretty good and well translated.

    Hope you feel better!

  20. Suzanne @ The Bookish Libra

    I’m glad to hear that the switch in meds is making a difference. I hope you enjoy all of your new reads and that you’ll feel well enough soon to start getting those reviews written.

  21. Stormi Johnson

    I am thinking about trying Witcher books to help explain the show! It was nice eye candy but I was so confused through most of it!

    Hope you get to feeling better soon! Hate that you are having snow storms but glad they have stayed away from here. I want to be excited for Spring but after last years storms I don’t think my heart can take another Spring like that so I am a bit anxious about Spring getting here. 🙁

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  22. Lola

    That sickness is really sticking around for a long time. I hope the new meds are helping and you feel better soon. At least it sounds like you have some good audiobooks and tv shows to keep you company. Have a great week!

    • Kimberly

      We have never missed an episode and actually watched it the old fashioned way with commercials. We even set up a VCR when we went on vacation. ? Now we DVR and watch each episode on Saturday night.

  23. Sophie

    Oh Kimberly I am so sorry to hear that you’ve been so sick the whole week! I hope the new meds really kick in and help you out! Now about The Witcher audiobook, is it the exact title of the audiobook? Because I need new recs for your challenge 😉

  24. Siran

    Too bad there was snow like this at Christmas. Hope you feel better soon.

  25. Greg

    Wow sounds like a rough week, and whatever you have was really hanging on. Hope you are much better now. We’re having the same here with snow and ice- it’s kinda nasty out!

    I need to get back to the Magicians- I watched the first two seasons but that’s it.

    Take care this week Kimba!